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Bob Fisher and Rob Mundle - The Original SINS Bob Fisher and Rob Mundle - The Original SINS This week on Adventures Weekly Nic chats with two incredible sailors and journalists This week on Adventures Weekly the Sailor Girl, Nic Douglass took on the challenge of chatting with two incredible sailors and journalists, as well as being two of the founding members of the Society of International Scribes; Bob Fisher and Rob Mundle. by Nic Douglass Posted 1 Jun 21:31 NZST The Great Escape The Great Escape Planning for liberation after the outbreak, huh?! Planning for liberation after the outbreak, huh?! Well, a collection of New South Wales clubs has very much kept the spirit of Squadron Leader Roger Bushell alive. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 1 Jun 10:00 NZST Victor Diaz-de-Leon on the Happy Hour podcast Victor Diaz-de-Leon on the Happy Hour podcast Stretch & Stirfry talk sunshine, sharks, spear fishing and serious sailing It's sunshine, sharks, spear fishing and serious sailing as we join J70 guru Victor Diaz-de-Leon aboard in Miami. Stretch gets tongue tied with the Venezuelan 'love pipe', and the internet lets us down... by Stretch & Stir Fry Posted 1 Jun 08:39 NZST RORC Time Over Distance - Brad Butterworth RORC Time Over Distance - Brad Butterworth Brad Butterworth lifts the lid on fascinating stories from the America's Cup Brad Butterworth lifted the lid on fascinating stories from the America's Cup, Steinlager II and a special feature on Rambler 88 in the 9th edition of the RORC Time Over Distance Lockdown series of interviews. by RORC Posted 31 May 20:00 NZST The Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12 Official Film The Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12 Official Film A race which will be remembered for the brutal conditions The 2011-12 Volvo Ocean Race is remembered for brutal conditions which dismasted or otherwise damaged large portions of the six boat fleet from the start, with half the boats retiring on Leg 1 from Alicante to Cape Town. by The Ocean Race Posted 31 May 03:15 NZST Experience an engineering marvel: The Panama Canal Experience an engineering marvel: The Panama Canal Passage through the Panama Canal is a bucket list highlight For everyone taking part in the Clipper Round The World Yacht Race, the passage through the Panama Canal is a bucket list highlight. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 30 May 21:26 NZST Introducing The Boat Timer App Introducing The Boat Timer App Running club races with fewer people (and a computer) As sailing clubs in the UK are opening some of their facilities after the CoronaVirus pandemic crisis, they have also considered a limited return to racing. by Ian Cherrill Posted 30 May 19:30 NZST Team Racers take on Olympic and Cup Champions Team Racers take on Olympic and Cup Champions Blair Tuke will head back to his roots when he sails at this weekend's New Zealand Open Teams Racing Blair Tuke will head back to his roots when he sails at this weekend's New Zealand Open Teams Racing National Championships in Kerikeri but fully expects to get "dusted up" by some of this country's best young talent. by Yachting New Zealand Posted 30 May 16:17 NZST Andre hopes to be giant among eSailors Andre hopes to be giant among eSailors Andre Van Dam to be on the online start-line for the Zhik New Zealand eSailing Challenge. Most pre-regatta checks don't normally include investigating the WiFi but that will be top of the list for Andre Van Dam ahead of Sunday's final of the Zhik New Zealand eSailing Challenge. by Yachting New Zealand Posted 30 May 14:13 NZST Collinson FX: May 29 - Massive Bull run underway Collinson FX: May 29 - Massive Bull run underway Markets have been on a massive bull run, ignoring the Chinese threat to global trade Markets have been on a massive bull run, ignoring the Chinese threat to global trade, reinforcing the prospect of a ‘V' shaped recovery. Global economic data has been so historically bad, it can only get better, supporting market moves. by Collinson FX Posted 30 May 12:13 NZST How to home-build a Moth How to home-build a Moth James Sainsbury's step-by-step guide! Since building my boats I have had many questions about how I went about certain areas of my builds. Below are the ways that I have built my last two International Moths. by James Sainsbury Posted 30 May 08:30 NZST Welcome To Summer Fridays Welcome To Summer Fridays The inspiration for adventure, pushing the limits and chasing the sun to the horizon Welcome to Summer Fridays. More than just an extra day on the weekend, Summer Fridays are the inspiration for adventure, pushing the limits and chasing the sun to the horizon. by North Sails Posted 29 May 23:00 NZST The Black Art of performance analysis The Black Art of performance analysis Ben Ainslie and Emily Nagel on the black art of performance analysis America's Cup skipper, Ben Ainslie with Emily Nagle on on the science of performance analysis, or is it really a Black Art? In this video they explain how performance data is used, based on their SailGP experience with the F50. by Oracle/SailGP Posted 29 May 19:27 NZST Yes I, am the Great Contender Yes I, am the Great Contender David Henshall gets excited in an overgrown field One boat that is not so much of a barn find, but a 'back of the field' feature, is a Contender, which has lain undisturbed for enough years for the brambles to claim it as one of their own. Yet this is a class that surely is worthy of a second look. by David Henshall Posted 29 May 05:00 NZST IMOCA fleet gradually moving again IMOCA fleet gradually moving again Sailors and their teams are now busy catching up on lost time Just over a fortnight after the lockdown ended, the sailors and their teams are now busy catching up on lost time. Many IMOCAs have been relaunched after their winter refits, which took longer than planned. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 29 May 03:07 NZST America's Cup: Defiant checks out of Pensacola America's Cup: Defiant checks out of Pensacola Defiant departed the American Magic's winter base at Pensacola on Wednesday Defiant, the groundbreaking AC75 racing yacht built for New York Yacht Club American Magic, departed the team's winter base at the Port of Pensacola late in the evening on Wednesday, May 27th, 2020 by Will Ricketson Posted 29 May 02:45 NZST smarttune Delivering Results smarttune Delivering Results Make your sails set the way your sail designer intended This is your season, your boat has the latest technology, new sails, and you have selected your crew. It's time to set the boat up and train to win. by Lou Johnson Posted 29 May 01:36 NZST Shooting the breeze with Glenn Ashby Shooting the breeze with Glenn Ashby Talking to Ronstan A-Cat sailors Stephen Brayshaw and Ben Moon Long-time Team Ronstan athlete and sailing legend Glenn Ashby talks to Ronstan A-Cat sailors Stephen Brayshaw and Ben Moon. Hear the latest Emirates Team New Zealand America's Cup news and in-depth technical details on Glenn's A-Cat setup. by Kylie Wilson Posted 28 May 20:46 NZST New horizons for Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race New horizons for Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race The Notice of Race for the 2020 race has been released The Notice of Race for the 2020 Rolex Sydney Hobart, the 76th Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, encouraging entrants in the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia's famous blue-ribbon event, has been released. by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 28 May 19:36 NZST The time to focus on the Ocean is now The time to focus on the Ocean is now Leading voices come together for The Ocean Race Summits #2 Leading voices come together for The Ocean Race Summits #2 - online - to say the solutions are there for meaningful change. Now is the time to make it happen. by The Ocean Race Posted 28 May 19:35 NZST James Joseph Giltinan James Joseph Giltinan The man behind the name on the trophy Since January 1938, the JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship has been regarded as the world championship for all 18 Footer Racing and the names on the James J Giltinan Trophy include some of the greatest sailors in the world. by Frank Quealey Posted 28 May 17:16 NZST Team ROCKWOOL Racing to hit Danish waters Team ROCKWOOL Racing to hit Danish waters An action-packed summer of training, racing and record attempts ROCKWOOL announces a unique collaboration with the Denmark SailGP Team athletes, kicking off with an action-packed summer of training, racing and record attempts in preparation for SailGP Season 2 in April 2021. by Jonathan Turner Posted 28 May 01:34 NZST SailGP and Oracle Winning Calls content series SailGP and Oracle Winning Calls content series Exploring the league's innovative use of data during the world's fastest sail racing Series features virtual race-viewing events with SailGP athletes to explore the league's innovative use of data during the world's fastest sail racing. by Sacha Kemp Posted 27 May 22:23 NZST All-star Rolex Sydney Hobart Podcast released All-star Rolex Sydney Hobart Podcast released Cruising Yacht Club of Australia released a podcast on its annual blue-ribbon race The Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, the Organising Authority behind the Rolex Sydney Hobart, has released a podcast on its annual blue-ribbon race. by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 27 May 17:57 NZST America's Cup economic benefits set to take a hit America's Cup economic benefits set to take a hit International visitors for Cup unlikely without closed border exception for superyachts and fans Thoughts of shifting the dates of the 36th America's Cup have been dismissed by Emirates Team New Zealand CEO, Grant Dalton. "There is no intention to move the dates", Dalton told Sail-World on Monday. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 27 May 03:07 NZST Brad Marsh reports on Young 88 solo win Brad Marsh reports on Young 88 solo win Brad Marsh reports in after his successful inaugural outing on his new boat Dangerzone Sunday May 24th was the Bruce Elliott Memorial Single Handed Champs and the first event of the BBYC run 1,2,3 series for the Young 88 class. We purchased Dangerzone from Wellington with the intention of bringing it back to the Auckland fleet. by Brad Marsh Posted 26 May 21:19 NZST Leech F8 Foiler launched in Christchurch Leech F8 Foiler launched in Christchurch Designed by Dan Leech, the F8 is focused on getting young kids into foiling The new youth F8 Foiler prototype from Leech Boats has just been launched at the Charteris Bay Yacht Club in Christchurch, NZ. by Leech Boats Posted 26 May 20:38 NZST At-home tips, tricks, hacks and entertainment At-home tips, tricks, hacks and entertainment Top Rooster Reads in May 2020 Thank You Bruce Kirby, A Tuck Splice in Rooster's ‘Zero Pro Finish Dyneema®, The Windward – Leeward Follow on, Ronstan Orbit Lashing Blocks and Attachment Methods, Re-Cycle Hack – Using an Old Topper Boom and more! by Rooster Posted 26 May 20:00 NZST America's Cup: Te Aihe returns to a changed world America's Cup: Te Aihe returns to a changed world Emirates Team New Zealand's AC75 arrives home in the dark after globe trotting for four months It is not so much a triumphant homecoming from Europe for the Emirates Team New Zealand AC75 ‘Te Aihe'- rather a low key but very welcome return in the dark hours of Tuesday morning after a global tour lasting four months by Emirates Team New Zealand Posted 26 May 14:50 NZST Entries are now open for the PIC Coastal Classic Entries are now open for the PIC Coastal Classic The 38th PIC Coastal Classic Yacht Race from Auckland to Russell in the Bay of Islands With 150 days to go, the New Zealand Multihull Yacht Club (NZMYC) are now taking entries for the 38th PIC Coastal Classic Yacht Race from Auckland to Russell in the Bay of Islands. Organizers are now accepting entries online. by Kristine Horne PIC Coastal Classic Posted 26 May 09:42 NZST Savouring being back out on the water Savouring being back out on the water But missing the karate sailing It seems I struck a chord when we published 'The great grass-roots revival?' a fortnight ago. Since then lockdown restrictions have been gradually eased in both Australia and England: we're allowed to go sailing! by Mark Jardine Posted 26 May 05:00 NZST Omega back on board as official time keeper for AC Omega back on board as official time keeper for AC The Swiss watch maker celebrates return to the America's Cup with a newly released time piece. The America's Cup is renowned as the oldest trophy in international sport and is the source of fierce international rivalries and spectacular sailing duels. As the 36th edition approaches, OMEGA is announcing its role as the event's Official Timekeeper. by 36th America's Cup Media Posted 25 May 20:56 NZST NZ's Glenn Edney to join Ocean Race Summit panel NZ's Glenn Edney to join Ocean Race Summit panel The Ocean Spirit founder will present the case for the personification of the ocean. Ocean Spirit is extremely excited to announce that Glenn Edney is a panellist in next week's Ocean Race Summit, streaming Live from The Hague on 27 May 2020, 14:00 - 18:15 (Central European Summer Time). by Janey Pares Edney - Ocean Spirit Posted 25 May 20:28 NZST Happy Hour with Stretch & Stirfry - Abby Ehler Happy Hour with Stretch & Stirfry - Abby Ehler The boys chat with the three time Volvo Ocean Race veteran This week we talk to Abby Ehler. Three time Volvo Ocean Race veteran, a truly respected race boat captain and the driving force behind The Magenta Project, a fabulous initiative that develops opportunities for women in performance sailing. by Stretch & Stir Fry Posted 25 May 19:00 NZST Adventures Weekly with John Bertrand AO Adventures Weekly with John Bertrand AO Chatting about the legendary Australia II win in his role as skipper What an amazing show with John Bertrand AO to chat about the legendary Australia II win in his role as skipper, the Olympics both in 1972 and then 1976 where he won bronze, his mentors, his teammates, his youth and the psychology of winning. by Nic Douglass Posted 25 May 06:17 NZST RORC Time Over Distance - Sam Davies RORC Time Over Distance - Sam Davies Skipper of Team SCA in the 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race Sam Davies' first big adventure was as part of Tracy Edwards crew for the 1998 Jules Verne Record attempt. Ahead of the record, the catamaran Royal Sun Alliance was dismasted in the Southern Ocean. by RORC Posted 25 May 01:26 NZST Planet Sail - Brest Atlantiques: The Full Story Planet Sail - Brest Atlantiques: The Full Story Four 100ft trimarans sailed by just two crew each around a 14,000mile figure of eight course Four 100ft trimarans sailed by just two crew each around a 14,000mile figure of eight course in the North and South Atlantic Oceans. Each boat regularly cruised at over 30 knots and hit top speeds well in excess of 40 knots. by Matt Sheahan Posted 25 May 00:45 NZST The Rooster Passage Collection The Rooster Passage Collection Shake up your perception for your next coastal/offshore kit Shake up your perception for your next coastal/offshore kit and try something from Rooster. Every feature carefully constructed tested and re-examined. Made from 3-layer material with durable fully taped seams for maximum water and spray protection. by Rooster Posted 24 May 23:00 NZST The Volvo Ocean Race 2008-09 Official Film The Volvo Ocean Race 2008-09 Official Film The race starts from the first time in Alicante with 37,000 miles of hard-fought racing The 2008-09 Volvo Ocean Race was won by Torben Grael and Ericsson 4 after 37,000 miles of hard-fought racing. Starting for the first time in Alicante, the new home of the race and finishing in Saint Petersburg, Russia. by The Ocean Race Posted 24 May 03:42 NZST America's Cup: Challenger entry plan outlined America's Cup: Challenger entry plan outlined NZ's Director-General of Health outlines a likely entry protocol for America' Cup teams NZ's Director-General of Health has outlined a likely protocol that could be used for athletes wishing to enter New Zealand - bridging the moat around Fortress New Zealand for America's Cup Challengers. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ Posted 23 May 15:15 NZST Sail-World NZ news : May 19 - The Week that Was Sail-World NZ news : May 19 - The Week that Was Sail-World NZ - May 19: NZL32's win...AC75's reach skywards...Saffier Yachts in NZ Read the Sail-World NZ latest newsletter and editorial for May 19: covering NZL32's win...why AC75's reach skywards...Saffier Yachts arrive in NZ and the top 50 stories of the past 10 days by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 23 May 01:31 NZST Collinson FX: May 22 - Economies open successfully Collinson FX: May 22 - Economies open successfully The NZD fell back to 0.6115, while the AUD slipped to 0.6560, damaged by extremely weak flash PMI Markets drifted lower overnight, after posting record gains during a strong week supported by ‘vaccine progress' and Central Bank support. Economies across the world are re-opening successfully, without any major outbreaks in the coronavirus. by Collinson FX Posted 23 May 00:24 NZST
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